Hall is signed by holding your straight open palms in front of your body, facing each other. Then move both hands forward at the same time, as if to sign the length of parallel walls.
An alternative ASL sign for hall is to hold up the same parallel, flat open palms, but make the sign slightly to one side of your body.
Use the hall flash card when toddler is ready to walk and identify areas of the home, or when you visit a shopping center with long halls.
Use the hall flash card when toddler is ready to walk and identify areas of the home.
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